The Art and Science of Effectively Creating Value

Before modern humans there were no values in the world. That is, values, as we humans experience and understand them. While many animals clearly experience pleasure and pain and develop preferences for experiences, other animals and things, they do no exhibit the additional experience of “Value” that are prevalent in everyday human experience. They are not motivated, or respond to punishment or reward in relation to values. They do not crave “value” in life.

Modelling Language: Questioning and Developing Language

The benefits from re-modelling language can be many and varied. In addition to enjoying an improved understanding and appreciation of our language processes we can greatly .

Modellere Sprog: Første Del: Undersøgelse og Udvikling af Sprog

Modellere Sprog:  Første Del: Undersøgelse og Udvikling af…

Part Fourteen: Re-Modelling Modelling

In this article I will describe some of the developments I have made in modelling the process of modelling. To develop my skills and knowledge of modelling I decided to learn all I could abut the modelling methodology that produced NLP.

Part Thirteen: Part C Re-Modelling Perceptual Positioning and Processing

The PP model identifies different positions to process “FROM”. We can improve on this by also including what we are attending “TO”. We can improve on this further if we include the context to process “IN”. These elements are integrated in the DBM “In-From-To” model. ...

Part Thirteen: Part B Re-Modelling Perceptual Positioning and Processing

....When we model what people actually do in the seemingly simple behaviour of getting into 2nd positioning a number of different behaviours emerge. The end result may be similar but how they get there can be very different - the end result can also be very different! ....

Part Thirteen: Part A Re-Modelling Perceptual Positioning and Processing

Increasing our understanding of our perceptual processing can add to our effectiveness and potentially enable us to understand others better and to assist them to improve their processing. In this article I will investigate perceptual processing and evaluate the Perceptual Position model, outlining some new models and exercises to develop your perceptual processing.

Part Twelve: Part B Re-Modelling Hypnotic Inductions and Hypnotherapy

Erickson was the recognised master of therapeutic hypnosis. Many people have studied and modelled Erickson including Bandler and Grinder. Bandler and Grinder only modelled a fraction of the range and depth of Ericksons hypnosis and therapeutic work.

Part Twelve: Part A Re-Modelling Hypnotic Inductions and Hypnotherapy

Why Use Hypnosis in Therapy? Hypnosis is used to access unconscious skills and abilities, ultimately to facilitate new learning. When useful this learning will overcome difficulties, solve problems and dissolve limitations...